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The result was an entirely new book called Before Happiness: The 5 Hidden Keys to Achieving Success, Spreading Happiness, and Sustaining Positive Change. In it, Achor discovers that a person’s happiness is inherently tied to their perception of reality. The book is written with lots of humour but avoids the new age trends and book about happiness. One of the key points of the book is that it gives a new perspective about the relation between success and happiness. Normally, we think success as the “earth” and happiness as the “moon”. If you’re new to all this happiness research, I think this summary and book could be the perfect starter. After Happiness: Lessons From A New Science you can dive deeper into happiness research by learning about specific topics and tools, which will help you get there. Further recommended books: Learned Optimism, Mindset, and Better Than Before. Achor's book the Happiness Advantage was life changing. It's a 5 star book and you should read it if you haven't. This book is a follow-up that is a little more academic, with more complicated tips on how to get to "happiness." In that way--its academic approach and more conceptual advice--it is not the same as Happiness Advantage.4/5().